Learn the Symptoms of Fertilization
The symptoms of fertilization, such as abdominal pain and pink discharge, are felt when the embryo formed is fixed to the wall of the woman’s uterus where it will develop during pregnancy.
Usually these signs are not frequent and many women do not notice them, but one should be aware of the appearance of a small light pink bleeding until the 3rd day after intimate contact, as it may represent the beginning of pregnancy.
Thus, the 5 main symptoms of fertilization were:
Take abdominal colic on the 6th or 7th day after the fertile period.
Slight pink discharge after 10 to 12 days of fertile period.
Tiredness and drowsiness.
Mild and persistent headache.
Breasts swollen and sore.
After about 4 weeks of fertilization, the first symptoms of pregnancy begin, which are usually morning sickness and delayed menstruation.
How to confirm pregnancy
To detect pregnancy, one can first take the pharmacy test and, in case of a positive result, pregnancy can be confirmed through the beta-HCG blood test, which can be done as soon as the menstruation delays.
In addition, another way to detect pregnancy is through an ultrasound examination, which can identify the presence of the embryo in the uterus and the baby’s heartbeat.
It is also important to remember that after confirming the pregnancy, one should seek out the gynecologist and initiate prenatal follow-up.